Fires Popular Revolver Calibers
Oil-Finished Walnut Stock
Blued Steel Crescent Buttplate
20" Round Blued Barrel
Decorative Gold Etching & Accents
The model 1873 is widely credited as being The Gun that Won the West. Chambered in the popular handgun calibers of the day, the Model 1873 is beloved by Cowboy Action shooters because it fires the same ammo as their revolvers. Now you can own the real thing—a genuine Winchester Repeating Arms Model 73 with an oil-finished walnut stock, classic blued steel crescent buttplate and a 20" round barrel, just like the original. Walnut oil-finished stock. Steel receiver with decorative gold etching and accents. Semi-buckhorn rear sight; bead front sight. Drilled and tapped for a scope. Weight: 7.25 lbs.